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I watched the video and agree with most of the comment except for the title
"It was May of 1994, nine years ago, when the US military planners had first realized that North Korea had the bomb and devised nuclear attack plans under William Perry, the then US Secretary of Defense. Perry had estimated that North Korea would have about 100 nuclear warheads by 2000. Dr. Kim Myong Chul, an expert on Kim Jong Il's war plans, has recently confirmed that North Korea has more than 100 nukes including hydrogen bombs."
Originally posted by CanadianDream420
They are starving their own goddamn people.
They launch large rockets into the sea of Japan, kill SK civilians/troops, build nuclear plants, obtain nuclear weapons, test them and DIRECTLY THREATEN Soeul and US interests in the region and nothing is done exception sanction NK foreign banking and imports.
Either it's because there is NO OIL or because US is scared of, another, Chinese Proxy War.
What is it?...
Originally posted by Whereweheaded
reply to post by willie9696
NK started shelling on SK land. Within SK boundaries. NK started this situation by provoking the SK.
North Korea reportedly fired artillery shells into its own waters northeast of South Korea’s Baengnyeong Island in the Yellow Sea around 9 a.m. on Wednesday. An official at the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Seoul said that several artillery shells landed in waters north of the inter-Korean maritime border.
The artillery—more than 50 rounds, according to island residents speaking on YTN—was fired from positions south of the North Korean city of Haeju. The attack started at 2:34 p.m. local time, according to residents who were speaking on the TV network. There were no immediate reports of injuries. About 1,200 people live on the island, which is 10 kilometers south of the tip of North Korea's south coast. The attack is the second by North Korea this year against South Korea in the maritime border area of the Yellow Sea. In March, a North Korean submarine torpedoed and sank a South Korean warship near an island about 40 miles west of the island that was hit Tuesday.